Important milestones in girls’ journeys through Girl Scouts should be celebrated by the troop, family, and friends – and one of the ways to celebrate your Girl Scout is through a Bridging Ceremony! A bridging ceremony (or “bridging”) is a ceremony honoring and celebrating a Girl Scout’s graduating to the next Girl Scout level! Need … Continue reading Happy Bridging, Girl Scouts!
Happy National Volunteer Appreciation Month, Girl Scouts! At Girl Scouts, our volunteers make it possible for us to build girls of courage, confidence and character every day—and we couldn’t be more grateful! They encourage girls to step outside their comfort zone with their dedication to helping girls unleash their inner G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader). Whether it's accompanying girls … Continue reading The Impact of a Volunteer
Guarantee that this will be a Not a Bummer Summer for you and your soon-to-be kindergarten girl. Register her for Girl Scouts – and be her troop co-leader! If you are excited to support girls and be a part of your daughter’s adventurous journey, consider co-leading your daughter’s new Daisy troop! As your girl takes … Continue reading Not a Bummer Summer
Get ready for another year of unleashing your inner G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader), Girl Scouts, and register early! Early Bird Registration and Renewal will start April 1st and end May 15th for the 2019 membership year at Girl Scouts—North Carolina Coastal Pines. Here are the top 3 reasons to register early: Early Bird Incentives … Continue reading 2018-19 Early Bird Registration
By Shellie Culler, Recruitment Director Did you know that the majority of Girl Scout troops start in the fall? It’s back to school and back to troop time, which is exciting, but can also be overwhelming! To help families kick their fall into high gear, here are some tips that will make joining a Girl … Continue reading Want to join Girl Scouts in the fall? Hit the ground running with these tips!
Submitted by Jennifer Hartsfield, Girl Scout Troop Leader My best friend's daughter wanted to join a troop; however, no troops in the area had openings. So, as many leaders have done, she started one. One day she was telling me about how she started a troop and needed a co-leader. Knowing absolutely nothing about Girl … Continue reading Why I Lead